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Julian Assange Just Destroyed The FBI, CIA And Fake News In An Epic Tweetstorm

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Arguably, he’s the world’s most wanted man. Hated by governments, loved by the common man, Julian Assange seems determined not to go down without a fight. He’s been falsely accused of date rape, espionage, and subverting foreign governments, including the United States. However, if you ask him, he’ll tell you he’s a journalist who believes governments should be held accountable for their […]

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The Lawyer Bringing The Lawsuit Against The DNC Speaks Out!

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In this latest episode of Redacted Tonight VIP, Lee Camp talks to Jared Beck, the attorney leading the lawsuit against the Democratic National Committee, and its former chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, for allegedly rigging the 2016 Democratic Primary for Hillary Clinton. Beck goes into detail with Lee about how Bernie Sanders and his supporters got screwed by an organization that, […]

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Did the DNC Really Conspire to Prevent Bernie Sanders from Winning the Democratic Primary?

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A class-action suit has been underway for months, and the mainstream media has ignored it almost entirely. A class action lawsuit alleging the Democratic National Committee worked in junction with Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign to keep Bernie Sanders out of the White House has been raging on in the courtrooms for months on end–and yet, most people have no idea of its […]

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Victory! Supreme Court Rules States Cannot Steal Money From The Innocent

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Colorado, like most states, forces convicted criminals to pay court costs, fees, and restitution after they’ve been found guilty. But the question arises, “What happens when someone who’s been found guilty, has paid their dues, and then has their convictions overturned on appeal? Do they get their money back?” Not in many states, like Colorado. But all of that has […]

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Shadow Brokers hackers release NSA hacking tools to punish Trump for ‘abandoning’ his base

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Hacking group Shadow Brokers has released the password to a trove of NSA exploits in what they say is a form of protest against President Donald Trump for going back on his campaign promises, and warning the president, “Don’t forget your base.” The shadowy group first emerged last August and released hacking exploits used by the NSA’s Equation Group, which […]

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Did The CIA Just Stage A Micro-Coup Against Trump Administration?

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In a surprising turn, it has been announced that National Security Advisor Michael Flynn has resigned from his post after allegations surrounding his “inappropriate” contact with Russian officials and his subsequent admission of providing “incomplete” information to the President and Vice President regarding that contact. The resignation takes place amide FBI investigations into Flynn’s phone calls with the Russian ambassador […]

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Judge Forcing Town to Return $3 Million to Residents Fined by Traffic Cameras

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New Miami, OH — A Butler County judge has ordered the village of New Miami to refund $3 million in fines to motorists ticketed for speeding by traffic light cameras. The ruling was issued Wednesday by Butler County Judge Michael Oster, who said the money amounted to unjust enrichment of the village. The cameras were ruled unconstitutional in 2014 by Butler […]

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Rothschild Bank Now Under Criminal Investigation Over Missing $4 Billion in Global Corruption Probe

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Last year the veil of invincibility seemingly came off the secretive Rothschild banking empire, as Baron David de Rothschild and his company the Rothschild Financial Services Group were indicted by French prosecutors for allegedly defrauding British pensioners in a scheme that saw large sums of money embezzled. Only two months ago, we reported on the Swiss branch of the Edmond […]

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Lawsuits pile up against Trump travel ban and anti-sanctuary city executive orders

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Four states are suing over President Donald Trump’s executive order restricting US entry, as is the city of Boston, while other lawsuits were filed in Colorado and Texas. At the same time, San Francisco is challenging the constitutionality of his sanctuary cities order. On Tuesday, Massachusetts, New York, Virginia and Washington all separately challenged the executive order that the Trump […]

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